The face of Juan José Mussi was tattooed and it went viral: What did the Mayor say?

“I would like to meet him to know why he did it”

For his part, the mayor of Berazategui John Joseph Mussi, spoke with INFOCIELO and was surprised by the recognition. “I don’t know him. I thank him because I think he did it with the best of good intentions” he affirmed.

Asked about the man’s gesture, in times of strong disbelief with the political leadership, he said: “I value it. There are many people who sent me the message with pleasure because they all interpret that it is done with the best good intentions. But it would never have crossed my mind to ask for such a thing,” he said.

Finally, he left a latent possibility: “I would like to meet him to know why he did it” assured.

At 81 years old, John Joseph Mussi he governed his district between 1987, 1991, 2003 and 2007. In 1994 he was appointed Minister of Health of the province of Buenos Aires (until 2002) and later joined the government of Cristina Kirchner as Secretary of Environment and Sustainable Development. He was a Deputy and returned to Berazategui as president of the HCD. In 2019, he was re-elected as Mayor.

Your son John Patrickwho was a communal chief between 2010 and 2019, also has a unique history with tattoos: a couple of years earlier a QR code with the phrase “Made in Berazategui”

They wear them on the skin: more cases of “political” tattoos

One of the most recent antecedents dates from the year 2018. Mingo, a 75-year-old neighbor from San Fernando, decided to tattoo the face of the then mayor of the town, Luis Andreotti in gratitude for being “the only one who cared about my city.”

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An emblematic image is that of the current mayor of Quilmes, Mayra Mendozawho in 2019 decided to tattoo the face of Néstor Kirchner on his arm, after having won the election that allowed him to access the position in the district.

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There were also media repercussions, the cases of militants who tattooed themselves Cristina Kirchner, Mauricio Macri or even of Alberto Fernandezan image that went viral for its resemblance to the face of Roberto Galan.

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Source: infocielo.com

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J. A. Allen

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